Skilled Cohabitation Private Investigators
What is a Cohabitation Private Investigation?
A cohabitation private investigation is a type of private investigation that SPI focuses on to determine whether or not a person is living with a partner in a cohabiting relationship. Cohabitation investigations are often conducted for legal or financial purposes, such as to determine eligibility for spousal support, child support, or other financial arrangements. During a cohabitation investigation, SPI will gather evidence to determine whether or not the subject is living with a partner in a romantic or domestic relationship. This evidence may include surveillance footage, witness interviews, and background checks. The investigator will look for signs of cohabitation, such as shared expenses, shared living spaces, and shared daily activities. The goal of a cohabitation investigation is to provide the client with accurate and reliable information about the living situation of the subject. This information can be used in legal proceedings, such as divorce or child support cases, to determine eligibility for financial arrangements. SPI are highly skilled private investigators specialising in cohabitation investigations. We have firm knowledge of the operational requirements built up through many years of experience in the field. Our evidence gathering techniques prove effective on operations, which places our clients in far stronger positions during litigation proceedings.
Asset Tracing Investigations
What if you were going through the financial arrangements of a divorce, and your ex-partner was hiding substantial assets? It is all too common for ex partners to hide assets and living arrangements to avoid financial losses during divorce proceedings. This is where a private investigator Birmingham is absolutely necessary to conduct asset tracing and, or a cohabitation investigation. Family courts try to make divorce settlements as fair and as reasonable as possible however, there are many factors to take into consideration. When one side is hiding valuable assets or living arrangements, it can hugely affect the outcome of a settlement.
Cohabitation Investigations Evidence Gathering
Gathering evidence with cohabitation investigations always requires third party involvement to avoid any conflicts of interest. Private investigators specialise in this field but SPI go the extra mile for clients. We provide video and photographic imagery, backed up with detailed reports and precise timings to correlate our findings. If cohabitation is taking place during divorce proceedings, private investigators paint a clear picture of an ex-partners living arrangements and hidden assets.
Cohabitation Investigations with Divorce Settlements
Cohabitation private investigations can significantly affect divorce settlement figures and other aspects of divorce. If a spouse is found to be cohabiting with a new partner, this can have implications for spousal support, child support, and property division. In divorce cases, spousal support (also known as maintenance or alimony) is often awarded to a spouse who is financially dependent on the other spouse. If the dependent spouse is found to be cohabiting with a new partner, this could affect their eligibility for spousal support. Cohabitation can also affect child support arrangements, as the income and expenses of the new partner may be taken into account when determining child support payments. Cohabitation can also have implications for property division. In some cases, the assets and property acquired during the cohabitation may be considered when dividing the marital property. It's important to note that the effect of cohabitation on divorce settlement figures will depend on the specific circumstances of the case. The evidence gathered in a cohabitation investigation can be used to support arguments in court, but ultimately it will be up to the judge to make a decision based on the evidence presented. If you're considering a cohabitation investigation as part of a divorce case, it's essential to hire a reputable private investigator who will conduct the investigation legally and ethically. It's also important to work with an experienced family law solicitor who can advise you on how the evidence gathered in the investigation may affect your case.
Standards of Our Cohabitation Investigations
Our discreet cohabitation private investigations are delivered with integrity and professionalism on all accounts
Our private investigations are conducted with robust ethical standards and accountability at all levels
The cohabitation investigations we provide are in compliance with UK privacy and data protection laws
A quality service at a cost effective price is what we deliver with both our private investigations and corporate investigations
Experienced Cohabitation Investigators
We understand that divorce proceedings can be a messy business. There is a high degree of sensitivity and complexity, especially when children are involved. However, it is essential to protect yours, and your children's financial future. If you suspect your ex-partner is secretly living with someone else and hiding valuable assets, evidencing this with discreet cohabitation investigations is vital.
Sentry Private Investigators offer professional cohabitation investigations at very competitive rates. For the sake of the cost of hiring a private detective for a few days, you could save yourself a substantial sum of money.
If you do suspect cohabitation is taking place, or your ex-partner is hiding assets, don't just contact any private detective firm, contact Sentry Investigations Ltd. We are Birmingham based private investigators with a network coverage across the West Midlands. We can deploy highly trained surveillance teams in just a few hours to gather the essential evidence you need.
The use of private investigators in Birmingham or the West and East Midlands regions is often not even a consideration. However, our investigative services are worth their weight in gold (quite literally). Our practices are entirely legal and GDPR compliant. We follow guidance and good practice policies as expected from all members of The Association of British Investigators (ABI).